Sep 2011 - present, Stanford University,
Computer Science Department. Expected degree: PhD.
Sep 2009 – June 2011, Academic University of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
St.Petersburg, Russia. Computer Science Major. MS degree with honor.
Sep 2007-May 2009, Academy of Modern Programming (evening courses).
Object oriented programming in Java, advanced algorithms, parallel programming techniques.
Sep 2005-May 2009,
St.Petersburg State Polytechnical University, St.Petersburg, Russia.
Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Major. BS degree with honor.
|| Professional Experience
2012-2013, Technicolor, Palo Alto, USA.
Summer intern and consultant for academic year.
Privacy preserving data-mining projects.
2008-2011, JetBrains/SwiftTeams, St.Petersburg, Russia. Intellij IDEA development.
Member of PHPStorm team.
2006-2008, Transas, St.Petersburg, Russia. Computer graphics of marine and aviation simulation systems.
E-mail: name.lastname at gmail dot com
valerini at stanford dot edu
I recently started a blog on crypto, where I share pseudorandom ideas and thoughts: cryptodon.blogspot.com
Publications & Talks
"Fully Key-Homomorphic Encryption, Arithmetic Circuit ABE, and Compact Garbled Circuits
Fully Key-Homomorphic Encryption and
Arithmetic ABE with Short Keys and
Compressed Garbled Circuits", [slides]
Seminar Talk at UCSD, 13 Jan 2014.
"Secure Computations", [slides]
Security Lunch Talk at Stanford, 20 Nov 2013.
"Attribute Based Encryption for Arithmetic Circuits" [pdf]
In process of submission.
"Privacy Preserving Matrix Factorization" [pdf, slides]
20th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, CCS 2013.
"Privacy-Preserving Ridge Regression on Hundreds of Millions of Records" [pdf, slides]
IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy, IEEE SSP 2013.
Edward Hirsch, Dmitry Itsykson, Valeria Nikolaenko, Alexander Smal
"Optimal heuristic algorithms for the image of an injective function" [pdf]
ECCC, May 2011.
Placticine cartoon we've captured with Oleg Rumyantsev. Watch YouTube
My pencil drawn horse: